Cumulative GPA is the overall grade-point average of a student's academic work. Normally expressed on a scale of 0-4, it is based your grades in all of your courses and the number of credit hours each of course is worth. Your cumulative GPA is influential when you are being considered for acceptance into academic programs.
- Skill level:
Things you need
- Course data including number of credit hours and grade received
List all of the courses for which you want to calculate your cumulative GPA.
Write down the number of credit hours each course was worth next to the course's entry in your list.
Next to the number of credit hours, write down the grade you received in each course.
Go to http://science.kennesaw.edu/biophys/bigGPA.html. Enter the information from Steps 2 and 3 into the yellow table on the webpage.
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